Friday, May 11, 2012


Ron Paul, Freemasonry & the Gold Standard

NOTE: it could be that they're duped but given their past behavior... keep your eyes open, stay suspicious.

The movement's firmly under control.
I'm not a fan of Makow's flustered anti-feminism but he will go places controlled opposition like Rense won't.

Alex Jones and Ron Paul promote the Illuminati's gold standard.

Letter from Glenn:
Ron Paul's family are members of Freemasonry and the Order of the Eastern Star, according to someone who should know--Penny Freeman, his Congressional campaign political director and district volunteer coordinator for 10 years: (Penny Freeman's husband, Dr. Gerald Freeman, belongs to the Freeman Illuminati bloodline.)
Some interesting information vis a vis Ron Paul:

Ron Paul's family are members of Freemasonry and the Order of the Eastern Star, according to someone who should know--Penny Freeman, his Congressional campaign political director and district volunteer coordinator for 10 years
: (Penny Freeman's husband, Dr. Gerald Freeman, belongs to the Freeman bloodline which Fritz Springmeier has shown to be an Illuminati bloodline in his book, The Top 13 Illuminati Bloodlines.)
On April 20th, 2008 the oak says:
Liberty Oak Ranch
Quit using Ron Paul as a forum for your bigotted beliefs. You don't know anything about him or his ideals obviously. You also know nothing about the Freemason or Eastern Star organizations.
1. Ron Paul's father was a Freemason and Dr. Paul has said himself many times that he respects the organization and has been to many of the open meetings in his district. I should know, I was his scheduler for ten years.
2. His wife, Carol is a member of the Velasco Order of the Eastern Star and maintains her membership in the Freeport area lodge.
3. Their daughters, Lori and Joy, were both Rainbow girls, another organization associated with Freemasonry.

Alex Jones revealed "The New Pearl Harbor" document from the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) called "Rebuilding America's Defenses" as part of the New World Order's agenda. Alex Jones fails to mention the other PNAC document, written by PNAC board member Lewis Lehrman, called "Money and the Coming World Order: The Creation of International Monetary Order". The document is hosted on web site called, "Gold Standard Now," which is a project for the Lehrman Institute. The title is quite revealing that PNAC wants a New World Order based on the gold standard. According to Lewis Lehrman, we'll be on the New World Order's gold standard in five years.
Lewis Lehrman also partnered with Ron Paul to write The Case for Gold. Alex Jones is a dedicated promoter of Ron Paul and a return to the gold standard. Alex Jones and Ron Paul also both have significant investments in gold, with the producer of the Alex Jones show being a gold trader. It seems that Alex Jones knows a lot about the endgame of the New World Order and the blueprint for global enslavement. What Alex Jones does not tell you is that the gold standard is part of the endgame and blueprint for global enslavement, and that Ron Paul and Alex Jones are heavily invested into it. Since they actively promote a gold standard, they are not merely invested in gold just because they fear a new world gold standard. They are complicit in that agenda.
Ron Paul also gave public support for globalization and a one world currency, gold, in the public record.
"There's nothing to fear from globalism, free trade and a single worldwide currency.... "

(Ed Griffin appears to be part of this Ron Paul cabal along with Peter Schiff- unfortunately I can't find Schiff's direct connection with the Illuminati given his surname):

Fred Koch founded the John Birch Society in 1958. Ed Griffin was educated there. He later wrote a famous book, "the Creature of Jekyll Island". This was a rehash of Eustace Mullins' brilliant 'Secrets of the Federal Reserve', with one exception: it left out all Mullins' analysis of the Gold Standard as a Banker operation and how Britain's demand for taxes payed in Gold were the cause of the war of Independence. Instead it called for the reinstatement of a Gold Standard. This is a key part of the story how Austrian Economics managed to take over the 'Truth Movement'.


Comment from JB-
I've been asking Ron Paul fans for some time - and it always falls on deaf ears... "How does a gold standard benefit the people when the elite have hoarded most of the gold?".

In effect, a gold standard would leave the elite as the only ones holding any significant amount of  "real money". Its just handing them the world on a platter. Which would perhaps explain why Ron Paul is allowed to live.

 If RP was an enemy of the elite, the media would not be promoting him so heavily. I know that its a popular idea that they suppress Ron Paul. But that is based on viewing things from a child-like simple perspective. What they do, in fact, is use the "stiffs" on the news to diss him while using the "cool" guys to promote him.  Guys like Jon Stewart, Jay Leno, Bill Maher, etc have well promoted Ron Paul. Of course the media know what the public perception of their players are.  They realize that the kind of people who are likely to identify with Ron Paul are repulsed by the stiffs on the networks -  Whereas the audience for the stiffs is the common sheep. They also know that when the stiffs diss Ron Paul that the RP supporters will react strongly and it affirms in their minds that RP must be on their side since the big bad establishment is trying so hard to stop him. Its an underdog effect. Its so laughable and yet so tragic.

The irony is almost too much for me when I see people talking about having "woken up" and speaking with disdain about the common sheeple and then to realize that not only are the "woken up" people being used as tools and still dreaming - but that more than anyone else,  they are being used as the point men in helping bring about this agenda.

But for the vast majority of his supporters, there is no convincing them. Ron Paul has become a religion for many.Its a fallacy that facts carry any weight when dealing with human beings. Feelings are king and always have been. The elite are indeed experts at human psychology and have outsmarted the truthers.



Anonymous said...

This is an odd argument. Even if one can accept the Freemason conspiracy nonsense (all the freemasons I have known over the years have generally been blue collar or less then wealthy men who just enjoy the comaradrie of the orgainzation which does do alot of social good), the gold standard makes sense if you want to protect the value of money. Roosevelt partially took us off the gold standard in 1933 to screw the European bondholders out of the World War I debts we owed them and then Nixon took us off altogther when the rest of the world realized our currency was worth less than the gold backing it and began emptying out Fort Knox by demanding gold for their paper in the late 60's and early 70's Maybe the tne next standard won't be gold but a mix of commodities, but fixing money to real assets gives it intinsic value. The populist idea that you can just print money to help the poor with inflation always backfires as it destroys real capital formation (i.e. savings and investment which drive real economies - not the last real estate bubble) and forces government to live within its means. I'll take a dollar backed by gold over that incrasiningly worthless piece of paper we have in our wallets today.

J. Croft said...

Freemasonry has many levels-the levels you may be acquainted with may or may not put on a false face but those that climb up above the blue lodge...

Furthermore, if we go on a gold standard-who has most of the world's gold? (Hint it's the people playing problem/reaction/solution.)

Anonymous said...

Apparently freedom guide is not about freedom, and certainly not about truth.

J. Croft said...

Whatever. Don't let the door hit you on the way out. And Ron Paul's going to put on a red cape and blue tights and save the day.